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to make mention of a place we don't normally talk about. we should probably. alaska. here is the forecast for alaska. 16 fairbanks, 16 anchorage. >> they requested that. >> i followed yousation on twitter with our alaska followers. that's why we got that in. >> we will make sure more of alaska is in the forecast. >> thank you, janice. >>> it is time now to brew on this. the governor of rhode island pulling a bah hum bug this year and ditching christmas. lincoln chaffey is removing the christmas tree display in the white house. this will after the governor's decision to change the tree name from a christmas tree to a holiday tree. it happened last year and it ignite add real firestorm. jessie waters visited providence rhode island to get to the bottom of it and this is what he found. >> christmas tree or holiday tree? >> holiday tree gets everyone in the spirit for any holiday. it's typical of the holiday season. if they want to call it a holiday tree that includes more people. >> what's the agenda. why would you call it a holiday dre do you think? >> i think to be politically correct he d
bought alaska. the other work he did toward the other acquisitions, he is generally thought to be our second greatest secretary of state after only his friend and mentor, john quincy adams. i think that is right. it is hard to name another secretary of state who accomplishes more. >> how many times did he have his hands on the purchase or the acquiring of another country for the united states? >> it is hard to even count them. in terms of one that got very close, he signed a treaty with denmark. we ultimately acquire 30 years later. for a higher price. he was within a few votes in the senate of acquiring the virgin islands. he signed a treaty with colombia to acquire the right to build the panama canal. that treaty was pending in the senate when word arrived that columbia's senate had rejected it. if he had more time, he could have worked out a revision to the treaty that would have been acceptable to the colombians and the senate. >> what about why? >> he finds a treaty dealing with trade rights that considerably improve trade between the independent kingdom of hawaii and the united
. it is in the gulf of alaska. it is already producing showers around the pacific northwest. as we look at the origin of the storm it is coming from the gulf of alaska. look at the surrounding temperatures. aping reg 9 -- anchorage 9 degrees. the cold nature of the storm will bring possibility of snow in the bay area. certainly cold showers, and we may even be talking about thunderstorms. i will be back with a complete look at the timing of the storm. when you head out tomorrow morning, make sure you have your coats and umbrellas with you. carolyn? >> thanks, sandhya. >>> a mu knee -- muni bus bashed in and burned. there is another suspect in the world series celebrations that got out of hand thanks to social media. ama dates is on market in san francisco. ama? >> reporter: carolyn, police arrested two people believed to be responsible for vandalizing the muni bus. but they still have four people who they are looking for tonight, and they hope the public can help them again. they smashed, trashed this muni bus at market and third on october 29th. today san francisco police arrested a second suspect.
and inland this is not one of those cold systems coming from alaska, going to be more likely saturday into sunday, increasing clouds this afternoon, mainly dry, rainy periods off and on rain friday through sunday. even unsettled weather next week best chance now of that rain staying in the north bay. something we'll keep an eye on. here's temperatures today, mid to upper 60s for the bay inland along the coast, mainly low 60s, may spike up to mid 60 here and there inland upper 60s to 70° rain rolls in tonight tomorrow's morning commute the first affected by the rain mild tonight 40s inland low to mid 50s for the rest of us. high pressure holding down the fort getting overrun by the high, mid level and lower clouds will come in tonight and bring the rain from this area of low pressure this is storm system number one. this is the one that will bring waves of rain tomorrow. watching the clouds roll in even a few scattered showers after sunset is possible, especially over the ocean. then by tomorrow morning, rain starts to roll in for the morning commute, another batch of waves of rain ro
coming from alaska, going to be more likely saturday into sunday, increasing clouds this afternoon, mainly dry, rainy periods off and on rain friday through sunday. even unsettled weather next week best chance now of that rain staying in the north bay. something we'll keep an eye on. here's temperatures today, mid to upper 60s for the bay inland along the coast, mainly low 60s, may spike up to mid 60 here and there inland upper 60s to 70° rain rolls in tonight tomorrow's morning commute the first affected by the rain mild tonight 40s inland low to mid 50s for the rest of us. high pressure holding down the fort getting overrun by the high, mid level and lower clouds will come in tonight and bring the rain from this area of low pressure this is storm system number one. this is the one that will bring waves of rain tomorrow. watching the clouds roll in even a few scattered showers after sunset is possible, especially over the ocean. then by tomorrow morning, rain starts to roll in for the morning commute, another batch of waves of rain rolling through, and another batch as we head to
storm coming down from alaska which means cold rain and maybe mountain snow i'll tell you when that gets in our forecast. >>> how crowded are the roads going to be this holiday season? travel experts reveal their forecast. >>> new soft drink that claims it can cut down on fat. what health experts >>> the number of americans hitting the roads this thanksgiving is expected to increase from a year ago. aaa released annual travel forecast this morning. dramatic drop in gas prices should help travel. aaa predicts 43.6 million will drive other fly at least nifty miles from home over thanksgiving up to 7/10 of a percent from last year. >>> right now tens of thousands are awaiting anxiously across northern australia to find out whether clouds will part in time for a total eclipse of the sun. it is going to start after sunrise in australia, 12:30 our time. meteorologists predicting clouds that could spoil the view. totality is the darkness that happens at the peak of the eclipse going to last a little more than two minutes you can watch it live go to abc7news.com click on see it on tv. >>> mike t
to 72 hours, showers friday cooler and another storm coming down from alaska which means cold rain and maybe mountain snow i'll tell you when that gets in our forecast. >>> how crowded are the roads going to be this holiday season? travel experts reveal their forecast. >>> new soft drink that claims it can cut down on fat. with my friends, we'll do almost anything. out for drinks, eats. i have very well fitting dentures. i like to eat a lot of fruits. love them all. the seal i get with the super poligrip free keeps the seeds from getting up underneath. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. a lot of things going on in my life and the last thing i want to be thinking about is my dentures. [ charlie ] try zinc free super poligrip. >>> the number of americans hitting the roads this thanksgiving is expected to increase from a year ago. aaa released annual travel forecast this morning. dramatic drop in gas prices sho
up next researchers study canyons in alaska. >> what they're >>> bay area conservationists on their way back from a mission to protect huge underwater canyons in alaska the heart of the fishing industry and the canyons may be a vital link in the life cycle of fish that you eat. tloont looking at the expedition found and how it might affect what is on your dinner plate. >> this is jackie dryden. jackie is one of several members trained to pilot a submersible, deep into two mysterious underwater canyons off the coast of alaska. watt yefr canyons in the world. >> greenpeace shot this video. walls covered with life and patches of deep sea sponges no human eyes have ever seen before. the dots of light in the screen are lasers to determine size of each creature. there are robotic arms. the team found surprises.. >> on the first drive we saw a huge nursery. areas large as a football field covered in piles of ledgery egg casings. >> canyons in the bering sea off the coast of alaska. the air so full of fish and nutrition, it's known asvs)he green belt. this is generating nearly half
in temperature. upper level low direct from the gulf of alaska from anchorage, giving us the coolest weather since easter. lasting more than one day. skiers are happy with this winter weather advisory, 3 to 7 inches of new snowfall. some of the higher peaks around here that may see snow and the weekend forecast coming up. >>> the weather on the other side of the country is impacting travelers here in the bay area. the nor'easter has cancelled dozens of flights to the new york area and 21 flights from sfo were grounded today. another ten arrivals were cancelled as well. theresa garcia with more on the miserable night in the northeast. >> reporter: a wind driven snowstorm is the last thing the residents of rockaway beach, new york, need. this and other coasting a communities hit by super storm sandy are weathering a powerful nor'easter. residents are not afraid. >> you can't run away, so you have to do what you have to do. >> reporter: josh is staying inside his storm damaged storm despite warnings to evacuate. the fire and flashlights provide the heat and light since last monday. >> i have so
and looks like it is going to stay that way as we are going to see cool air off the gulf of alaska. and possible showers through the tonight and into early tomorrow morning. if you sleep in it's going to be a dry weekend for you and a little bit on the cool side. we're kind of in the dry spot, but this moisture also beginning to work its way down the coastline. that could touch off a for more showers, so the weather seeming a little unsettled and i think on the breezy side, especially this afternoon and you have the cold air dumping from from the gulf of alaska, keeping these temperatures running 13 degrees below average for this time of year. let's check o out the latest computer forecast model, a chance for scattered showers but the not much. and a lot of that energy skirting along the coastline, so may be a better chance of showers along the peninsula and as we head throughout the day on saturday, skies begin to clear out but it will be cool. temperatures if you travel around the state are going to be cool. the high country, weather advisory until 4:00 this afternoon. and we had
, arizona, a cool 56, but at least you're sunny and dry. >>> it is cold in alaska. i'll show you how cold coming up a little later. it's winter. >> i said sunshine, bill. >> it may be sunny, but it's freezing. >>> a british woman is divorcing her husband for refusing to recreate scenes from "fifty shades of gray." prescription drugs doing more damage than heroin and cocaine combined. >>> jesse jackson junior may be negotiating a plea deal that could end his career in congress and might even include jail time. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. here are some of the top stories we're watching this morning. president obama marked veterans day with a traditional wreath laying at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. during his remarks, he noted it's the first anniversary in a decade without troops serving in iraq. >>> high tide in venice has reached its sixth highest level since recordkeeping began 150 years ago. >>> a massive bush fire in southern australia has burned at least 5,000 acres and destroyed at least seven homes. several animals have been rescued i
begich from alaska has arrived and sends a house had an opportunity to give our boatmen statements prior to your comments, i would like to recognize senator baggage. good to see you, sir. >> thank you very much. i appreciated. i was tried to be brief -- commander koutz, thank you for your testimony of all of the members who are here today. i know as congress, the senate is out of there are a couple of us here. we want to make sure the senate as well represented. we care deeply about what is going on with the veterans and the issue of the veterans community not only in the nation -- in our state, for example. i also want to make a note of national commander jimmy foster. thank you for traveling all the way from alaska to be here. you new york -- somebody from hawaii gets a special award for traveling the distance. mr. chairman, thank you for, once again, having this joint meeting. it is always important for us in washington to hear from you, how we are doing, what job improvements do we need regarding the veterans. and i know i have talked about active military, to -- i know you have lots
of the forecast. but i've got to show you how cold it is this morning in alaska, fairbanks right now is minus 22 degrees. the coldest temperatures of the year. today's highs aren't even going to get up to zero with sunshine. that's cold. that's a look at cloudy. bakersfield to san jose looking good, too, just the northwest with the clouds. >>> no huge storms coming, and we need to get a little warm-up for our friends 2in alaska. >>> the u.s. is poised to become the world's biggest oil producer. a new health scare for women. >>> a petition with almost 400,000 signatures mushing macy's to drop donald trump. you're watching "early today." >>> stories making news this morning, new york governor andrew cuomo wants $30 billion in federal aid to rebuild after sandy. almost 60,000 customers are still without power on new york's long island and all new jersey drivers can buy gasoline today as odd/even rationing ends. >>> over the next decade u.s. oil output is expected to surpass saudi arabia according to the international energy agency. by 2020, the u.s. could be the largest oil producer in the world. >
another one developing in the gulf of alaska dropping down, possibly a stronger storm saturday night into sunday. let's roll the computer model forward. more clouds on the way this afternoon but dry through the evening. into tomorrow morning, maybe some showers early on tomorrow. not a full washout just yet, but on and off is the possibility of some rain showers and some stronger up pulses moving in with the system tomorrow night. then it looks like the weekend scattered showers into saturday, and then here comes your next cold front coming out of the gulf of alaska dropping in late saturday night into sunday. so looks like we have a lot of moisture coming our way. how about the next 24 hours? well, we'll probably see about a half inch of rain or so into the santa cruz mountains. maybe more in san rafael, lesser amounts in towards san jose but you get the idea, a little soaking come in our direction. temperatures expected to be fairly mild this afternoon. enjoy it. it will be dry out there into the 60s. next couple of days though it starts to get wet. on saturday a chance of showers.
. another storm is up in the gulf of alaska. that's sunday's system. tomorrow, once this rain gets going, it's going to last for a while! once it gets going, it can really bring some steady rain. and the computer models can underestimate how we're going to -- how much rain we're going to get! they have a hard time with warm convection patterns. heavier rain south of the golden gate by the 6:00 hour, pushing up to the north by the 8:00 hour. continuing through the north bay by 11:00, and then we'll see residual showers into saturday morning. you see things look like they're going to clear up into saturday midday. i think we'll see a lull in the rain before it picks up again into saturday evening. weather through the sierra, you can see a winter weather advisory is in effect until 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. now, because this is what we call a warm air pattern, we're not going to be seeing snow at the lowest levels, only at the highest elevations. that's why the advisories aren't as widespread as typical. snow level will be about 7,000 feet tomorrow. into saturday, steady rain expected, and by su
in alaska's thankful their heaters are working. frigid cold there and rain for black friday in the northwest. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> and other stories making news this morning in america. folks in the midwest dealt with white-out conditions on the busiest travel day of the year. no, we're not talking snow, we're talking this stuff. thick, dense fog. at least 500 flights were grounded or delayed in chicago alone. in new york's busy penn station train service came to a screeching halt due to electrical problems threatening thousands of holiday commuters. >>> in los angeles, one of the nation's busiest freeways came to a stand still. traffic on the 405 backed up, creating a virtual parking lot of headlights and brake lights illuminating the highway as far as the eye can see. >>> and to miami, carnival cruise line celebrates the arrival of its newest ship, "the breeze," by welcoming on board a 55-foot-high, 1,200-pound nylon turkey. there he is. carnival is also presenting a charitable donations in south florida. >>> on to maine. a pair of tv news anchors
sistema del golfo de alaska y al juntarse con el sistema más cálido podría causar tormentas eléctricas y granizo. >> y la reforma migratoria sigue en boca y un congresista republicano lanza una propuesta de una reforma. >> yo creo que ahora el presidente barak obama ha prometido que va a resolver el problema pero ahora los republicanos y demócratas deberian unirse. >> resolver el tema de la frontera los muchachos que han sido traidos por sus padres visas para personas altamente tecnicas >> tenemos que tener un sistema en el que las personas puedan entrar legalmente a trabajar >> y ocuparse por los que están aquí y que no han faltado a la ley. >> estamos hace 12 años con esta lucha y tenemos que seguir con la casa blanca pra salir adelante. falta mucho por recorrer pero si trabajar en conjunto se podría cambiar. >> veremos las condiciones en las carceles. >> y en nuestra serie de vaqueros les comentaremos como habían asentamientos en lugares como aquí en el sur de california. >> y al volver les damos el detalle del pronóstico del tiempo. >> ♪. >> ♪. >> el trafico de personas a
. the temperatures have dropped a good 10 to 20 degrees. check out this storm. it is in the gulf of alaska. it is already producing showers around the pacific northwest. as we look at the origin of the storm it is coming from the gulf of alaska. look at the surrounding temperatures. aping reg 9 -- anchorage 9 degrees. the cold nature of the storm will bring possibility of snow in the bay area. certainly cold showers, and we may even be talking about thunderstorms. i will be back with a complete look at the timing of the storm. when you head out tomorrow morning, make sure you have your coats and umbrellas with you. carolyn? >> thanks, sandhya. >>> a mu knee -- muni bus bashed in and burned. there is another suspect in the world series celebrations that got out of hand thanks to social media. ama dates is on market in san francisco. ama? >> reporter: carolyn, police arrested two people believed to be responsible for vandalizing the muni bus. but they still have four people who they are looking for tonight, and they hope the public can help them again. they smashed, trashed this muni bus at
degrees. check out this storm. it is in the gulf of alaska. it is already producing showers around the pacific northwest. as we look at the origin of the storm it is coming from the gulf of alaska. look at the surrounding temperatures. aping reg 9 -- anchorage 9 degrees. the cold nature of the storm will bring possibility of snow in the bay area. certainly cold showers, and we may even be talking about thunderstorms. i will be back with a complete look at the timing of the storm. when you head out tomorrow morning, make sure you have your coats and umbrellas with you. carolyn? >> thanks, sandhya. >>> a mu knee -- muni bus bashed in and burned. there is another suspect in the world series celebrations that got out of hand thanks to social media. ama dates is on market in san francisco. ama? >> reporter: carolyn, police arrested two people believed to be responsible for bus.lizing the muni. but they still have four people who they are looking for tonight, and they hope the public can help them again. they smashed, trashed this muni bus at market and third on october 29th. today san f
to an indian population -- alaska, oklahoma, new mexico, south dakota, and montana. along with that, there is the issue of the highest population states, and that is california, oklahoma, arizona, new mexico, and texas. i have a map of the indian reservations in the continental united states, and this might be a little more clear here. the indian lands in the united states still out west is the majority. we were also looking at some health stats for indian americans, or native americans. tuberculosis, diabetes, alcoholism. the rates are hugely -- 500% in some cases -- higher than the whole population. why is that? >> suicide. you talked about our younger generation. we have the second highest killer for the native younger generation is suicide. i think it is because of a lot of issues. first of all, we have the whole history with our social changes in the environment of where we used to live, how we used to hunt and gather, the kinds of food we used to eat. in a relatively short time to time, 100 years, a couple hundred years for some tribes, we have changed the cycles of our lives.
. that much money, that's amazing. woman: it's from alaska, and the artist is fred machetanz. i was in anchorage, alaska, and i walked into an art dealer, and i saw this on the wall. i just looked at it and fell in love with it and it just said, "buy me," so i did. well, fred machetanz was born in 1908 in ohio. he studied in the midwest. and then in 1935, he intended to make a brief visit to his uncle in alaska, but he ended up staying for two years. okay. so he obviously liked the place. and then he served in the aleutian islands in the navy during the war and came back to live in alaska in 1946. he married sara dunn, and she was a writer, and they would work together on books and films and lecture series about alaska. and he is really known as a colorist, which you can definitely see in this picture. this is a great alaska subject, and he would depict frontier life and native animals and these beautiful arctic landscapes. he was quite a good artist and had quite a bit of recognition in his lifetime. one of his big influences was another american artist named maxfield parrish,
has shared wonderful photos with us. this is a special trip you did to alaska. >> i did an assignment for the yellow magazine a couple years ago. this one here was teacher of the year and they are set netting for salmon. i did a story on this gold mine and copper mine at the head waters of this salmon spawning area. we went up there to follow the salmon. and this is in alaska. >> let's take a look at the next picture. do you know -- i mean, i know you take hundreds and thousands of pictures to find the one. do you know when you capture it or is it when you go back? >> sometimes i know right away. but that first picture whereiss. she picked it up and kissed it and said i love these fish. and i snapped two frame. one of them was the right one. >> and this one? >> i shot 200 pictures. they are taking the fish out of the net and throwing them. i'm shooting hoping to catch the fish in the air. >> when you are out there and this is a tip for all of us trying to capture nature. look at that. that is amazing. i'm thinking you try to be as nonobtursive as you can to be part of the scene. >> ab
from alaska. today a little cooler in most areas record highs possible in concord and san jose at 80 and 81, mainly in the low to mid 80s in the south bay today, up the peninsula, 80 mountain view, possible record, 77 millbrae, mid 70s coast into downtown san francisco 77, sausalito 76, upper 70s to low 80s north bay valleys. upper 70s to low 80s east bay shore, hayward 80 warm spot, same in concord, 80 record high, a few record highs possible around the inland areas for 86 salinas, 87 -- monterey 76. during the evening, sea breeze returns, clouds come back, this is what is going to help drop our temperatures, at the coast late this afternoon into the bay during the latter parts of the evening overnight we are statistic in the 40s and 50s. -- we are stuck in the 40s and 50s. partly cloudy tomorrow, temperatures drop 10 to 12°, then breezy, cold, just a raw day thursday and friday, chance of scattered thunderstorms. frost possible saturday night into sunday morning. >>> bay bridge toll metering lights on we had an earlier hit-and-run on upper deck towards treasure island tow trucks a
in alaska. it's the cleanest, clearest water. we find the best sweetest crab for red lobster that we can find. [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's crabfest! the only time of year you can savor 5 succulent crab entrees all under 20 dollars. like a half-pound of tender snow crab paired with savory grilled shrimp, just 12.99. or our hearty crab and roasted garlic seafood bake. [ forsythe ] if i wouldn't put it on my table at home, i wouldn't bring it in. my name's jon forsythe and i sea food differently. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> jennifer: general david petraeus' resignation can be described as a scandal, a national security disaster a tragedy, but for fox news, just another opportunity. >> i thought that based on the evidence we had then this was the obama administration's watergate. this gets deeper and deeper every day. >> jennifer: well? by the way that man peter johnson jr. is the channel's legal analyst. then fox strategic analyst ralph peters goes further down the foxhole of self delusion with this wacky theory connecting petraeus' resignation to his sc
." not true! [ forsythe ] we don't just come up here for the view up in alaska. it's the cleanest, clearest water. we find the best sweetest crab for red lobster that we can find. [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's crabfest! the only time of year you can savor 5 succulent crab entrees all under 20 dollars. like a half-pound of tender snow crab paired with savory grilled shrimp, just 12.99. or our hearty crab and roasted garlic seafood bake. [ forsythe ] if i wouldn't put it on my table at home, i wouldn't bring it in. my name's jon forsythe and i sea food differently. right by those who gave their lives to for this country nearly 70 years ago. >> these high school boys and girls are having a hop at the local soda fountain. innocently they dance innocent of a new and deadly menace lurking behind closed doors. marijuana. the burning weed. >> jennifer: that's a clip from the 1936 movie reifer matness. people thought marijuana was a menace to society and today it is actually legal in 16 states and the district of columbia f
this morning, we have 34 time lapse cameras at 16 glaciers in alaska, greenland, iceland, montana, northern rockies and in appalled by mount everest. these cameras are just sitting there clicking away. and about another 10 minutes or so, we will have 34 of our little robot eyes opening and closing in capturing the memory of what is happening in those places right now. >> you initially put them in agreement, alaska, montana? >> and iceland to. >> in this clip from "chasing ice," you describe what you have documented that one of the glaciers. >> 1984, the glacier was 11 miles away. today it is back here, receded 11 miles. the glacier is retreating but also standing at the same time. it is like air being led out of a balloon. you concede the tram line, the high water mark of the glacier in 1984. the vertical change is the height of the interstate building. >> that is james balog in "chasing ice." >> these glaciers in south- central alaska, they are deflating due to a combination of climate change and local glacier dynamics. that glacier has retreated since that shot was taken, probably pulled
off the coast of british columbia and the gulf of alaska. that's gonna keep spinning some nasty weather right through the weekend. our weather's nice and quiet. lots of sunshine today. unseasonably chilly temperatures. 56 is the normal high. we'll probably be just slort of that today. the sun makes it feel good. north/northeast winds at five to ten miles an hour. the weather pattern, jet stream lies between where you see the blues and the oranges. it's taking a dip over the west coast that's why it's so stormy there. it's generally riding high around here. there is a dip down here. you'll see that unsettled weather off the florida coast. then as we go to thanksgiving day, we still have the stormy weather out in the pacific. we have a little dip down here off shore. we'll have to watch that and see what happens. but right now we're taking a positive attitude in the seven day forecast, keeping it dry right through thanksgiving. so today 53, tomorrow 51, maybe a few more clouds. by thanksgiving day, we expect a lot of sun and 57 for the high. >> what a great forecast. >> yes. all r
intermittently against rum runners. transferred to alaska in 1935 where she remained until 1937. then transferred to alameda county and based out of oregon for her transfer to navy control under executive order, 8929 of one november, 1949. at this time, please stand and salute the retired united states coast guard cutter morris. thank you. please be seated. morris was assigned rescue out of san diego, california. she returned 1 january, 1946 in executive order dated 1945. she then assumed patrol duties out of san pedro. she was then placed in storage in kennen dale, washington from 1947 to 1969 until 1979 and transferred back to san pedro which remained her home part. she was redesignated as cutter 147. medium capacity. she was decommissioned and then transferred to the boy scouts of america. she's now active with the sea scout program and the coast guard cutter morris was named for robert morris, born in liverpool, england. he emigrated to maryland at 17. his key role in the financial affairs of the new nation lended him his position of superintendent of finance. his extraordinary skill in offic
. much colder weather by week's end. a cold system crops down from the gulf of alaska. changes first start tomorrow in the evening cooling beginning in the evening. fog returns to the coast. sea intreez back. temperatures dropping but not tomorrow. tomorrow still going to be warm. on the peninsula it's going to be a warm day. mountain view expected to hit 80 degrees. 78 san mateo. 75 n the coast. beautiful warm day in the sunset district. north bay communities 81 santa rosa. unusually warm again, inland. low 80s. it's beach weather in november how many people can say that? areas could set records. accu-weather forecast dry for election day. cooler webs. chance of showers friday. looking at frosty cold mornings over the weekend. temperatures dropping from tomorrow to saturday 20 degrees coast and inland. that is a taste of winter coming your way. >> big changes. >> wild weather. >> still to come a bay area firefighter's first day on the john -- job and a very special delivery. >> coming up, new individual yof a weekend rescue two of children from a cap sized boat. and yeses -- questio
the gulf of alaska. high pressure begins to break down we will see that coming in behind it. whit that cooler air the potential for some will start to try things up by the weekend, temperatures will climb slightly. getting to the traffic department bridges looked fine. the approach bay bridge toll plaza no problems of openness to the city as well. san mateo bridge looking live drive is 12 minutes from end to end. southbound 101 has to drive in the fall. for the drive with extra caution. the ride clocking in at 22 minutes out of novato into the city. the time now is for 08 we have to take a quick break. the kron 4 news will @ñ voters in four states passed ordinances that legalize marijuana. said it would allow people to possess small amounts of marijuana. washington state has become the first to legalize recreational use of marijuana. the measure passed in colorado and massachusetts. a break through victory for the gay- rights movement. maine, maryland, and washington have become the first states to approach same-sex marriage by popular vote. that wrecks a 32 state street dated ba
for the view up in alaska. it's the cleanest, clearest water. we find the best sweetest crab for red lobster that we can find. [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's crabfest! the only time of year you can savor 5 succulent crab entrees all under 20 dollars. like a half-pound of tender snow crab paired with savory grilled shrimp, just 12.99. or our hearty crab and roasted garlic seafood bake. [ forsythe ] if i wouldn't put it on my table at home, i wouldn't bring it in. my name's jon forsythe and i sea food differently. [♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: broadcasting across the nation, on your radio, and on current tv this is the "bill press show." >> bill: president obama back in action today with a big speech from the white house. hi, everybody, guess what it's a friday. ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> bill: you bet. friday november 9th. ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> bill: and our favorite day around here. the weekend starts three hours from now at the end of the day's "full court press." thank you for joining us today on the "full court press," coming to you live on you
coming from the gulf of alaska saturday into sunday. we could see heavy downpours, gusty winds. temperatures will not be bad but wet weather in play. keep an umbrella handy. we could see rain showers as we start the next work week. more on that forecast coming up in a bid. >> in our traffic center is quiet. northbound to pay a truce dell was a car fire. no slowdown is being produced. here it approach to the bay bridge toll plaza not a bad commute. people are celebrating veterans day i do not think it will be a major traffic day. traffic is moving well from all of the approaches. no metering lights. here at the san mateo bridge west bound traffic moves well out of a work force the foster city side. south bound 101 looks good approaching san francisco. that dry is 22 minutes out of novato into the city. other traffic maps as well for the peninsula of the bayshore freeway looks good. the green on the runway sensors for interstate 280 indicate speeds over 50 mi. per hour. >> thank you4 erica you:49. some bay area sports the 49ers did take on the side let's ram. it was a 24-24 tie.
the gulf of alaska. heavier more intense rain with that system. wind gust could reach 30 mi. per hour. we could see snow with that system in the sierra. not much maybe an inch and a half. later monday or tuesday the timing is uncertain with the third system. that on will be like in nature. we hold on to the potential for more wet weather tuesday into wednesday. spotty showers at best. keeping an eye on thursday that is thanksgiving as of now the models are showing a 30 percent chance of rain north of the golden gate bridge. we could also pick up showers for downtown san francisco. the chances increase for the south bay. again if could be a wet one keep that in mind for those of you making thanksgiving plans. >> it is quiet at the traffic center. fortunately the wet weather having no impact on your morning commute now. the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza is try no accidents to to deal with. here at the san mateo bridge no backups or delays as we do in the 7-8:00 hour. south bound 101 a wet deck. we didn't see rain. it looks to have let up. the roadways are wet. pretty cold as well. n
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, by wednesday that onshore wind will be returning. some stormy weather into the gulf of alaska making its way towards the bay area. cooler temperatures. and the chance for rain. that will arrive on tuesday the highs tomorrow look for a low 80s just abou everywhere on the sand santa cla, san jose, and about the highs in the '70s and '80s inland. and right by the day, he roared, union city, san francisco expected to get into a beast 70's, he word. and the gorgeous day in hayward. and upper 70's. a slightly cooler but former and sharply cooler wednesday, thursday, with the chance of rain fall on thursday. it even just looks like light rain at this point and as a reminder, the seven day on your kron 47 day around the day, contests 193. >> all this nine weather, the kron 4, the seven day around the bay and with your fuel report it could encourage you to take your car out for a spin. this is hayden. that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their s
. and thursday and friday we are tracking a cold front and is centered and the ball off of alaska. we will gain a couple of degrees still below seasonal average for a saturday and sunday. >> we have a hot spot. the chp just indicated an accident. this is north bound 11 at candlestick and a truck. the distraught ctruck caught fire and as you can see the traffic is slowly backing up. as you head for san francisco you should give yourself a lot of extra time if this is the way that you go. there is no estimated time. we still have a slow commute from tracy to armonelmont. this is a another stretch or you would like to leave early and give yourself extra time. it was a stall the was cleared about 20 minutes ago and this is long gone but take a look at what it has done to your commute. give yourself extra time heading into the city. the san mateo bridge is looking okay even though we have more traffic. you're right across 101 and the golden gate is still light and trouble-free. >> it is now 6:19 a.m.. the jury still deliberates about the trial pulsate a principal who failed to report a teacher who w
, this is the weather we can get. we had some today, that is unusual. this next system is coming from the gulf of alaska. it is over a thousand miles away but it will get here and make your day today seem completely out of whack. it will be a complete change. weird deals. tomorrow will be nice. it will be weird. it will go from this, to temperatures in the 50s. snow on some higher bay area peaks. like you expect in march. we will get to that. right now, a high tomorrow of 70s. some low 80s. look how uniform the temperatures are. that is typical. the system i am tracking is in the gulf of alaska but it will get here and it will begin the cooling. tomorrow temperatures the same. wednesday they drop into the 60s. and you get into thursday and friday, 50s. thunderstorms possible. snow in the higher peaks. cold storm. they don't carry lot of moisture. but you will notice the cool air. especially friday morning. over night lows freezing, below freezing. it will be very chilly. enjoy tomorrow. it brings the system in, wednesday night, right, cooling down. wednesday evening, thursday afternoon, here it comes. y
to sandy with live doppler 7 hd. >> winter has arrived. cold storm dropped down from the gulf of alaska. brought us rain. snow to the sierra a.let's check out the doppler. showers are beginning to redevelop. they are coming in from the north and we are even seeing some snow as you take a look here we have been seeing some snow just north of clear lake here. pink is the mixed precipitation. blue is actual snow that is falling. let's pan around. i'll show you where it is raping right now. we have very lit showers around dillon beach road. bodega bay. jenner out to see bass total. down to monterey bay. they picked up pretty heavy rain but it is actually mixed precipitation in the big sur mountains. we is he colder air moving in. lightning strike off the coast. no thunderstorms reported here in the bay area but still a threat. chain control on all roads leading to the lake tahoe area right now. not done with the snow or the rain by any stretch of the imagination and we may even be talking about snow here over our local peak. back with the full look at the forecast make sure yo
storm dropped down from the gulf of alaska. brought us rain. snow to the sierra a.let's check out the doppler. showers are beginning to redevelop. they are coming in from the north and we are even seeing some snow as you take a look here we have been seeing some snow just north of clear lake here. pink is the mixed precipitation. blue is actual snow that is falling. let's pan around. i'll show you where it is raping right now. we have very lit showers around dillon beach road. bodega bay. jenner out to see bass total. down to monterey bay. they picked up pretty heavy rain but it is actually mixed precipitation in the big sur mountains. we is he colder air moving in. lightning strike off the coast. no thunderstorms reported here in the bay area but still a threat. chain control on all roads leading to the lake tahoe area right now. not done with the snow or the rain by any stretch of the imagination and we may even be talking about snow here over our local peak. back with the full look at the forecast make sure you have your umbrella long coat and boot when you head out
the gulf of alaska. brought us rain. snow to the sierra a.let's check out the doppler. showers are beginning to redevelop. they are coming in from the north and we are even seeing some snow as you take a look here we have been seeing some snow just north of clear lake here. pink is the mixed precipitation. blue is actual snow that is falling. let's pan around. i'll show you where it is raping right now. we have very lit showers around dillon beach road. bodega bay. jenner out to see bass total. down to monterey bay. they picked up pretty heavy rain but it is actually mixed precipitation in the big sur mountains. we is he colder air moving in. lightning strike off the coast. no thunderstorms reported here in the bay area but still a threat. chain control on all roads leading to the lake tahoe area right now. not done with the snow or the rain by any stretch of the imagination and we may even be talking about snow here over our local peak. back with the full look at the forecast make sure you have your umbrella long coat and boot when you head out the door. chilly st
. >>> also ahead, alaska airlines debuts a new fleet of aircraft. [ unintelligible ] >>> welcome back. one shower moving through the heart of san jose heading towards lincoln and almaden sliding to the south and east you can see it is going to head down 101 possibly to morgan hill as it heads into the higher country it is going to produce snow we talked about hail possible this was from hayward last night at about 1:50 in the morning this is from castro valley this these still shots here that thunderstorm moving through there we have a chance of seeing more hail out of these storms and more snow too down to the lower elevations as the forecast unfolds that will be from 4:00 into the evening until then partly cloudy temperatures in the 50s today watch out this evening. >>> wet roads the issue this morning. overnight rain, happy friday live shot at golden gate, four lanes southbound for your commute, light traffic here no problems out of waldo, bay bridge metering lights just turned on starting to back to the overcrossing, carpool and fastrak breezing through. drive out of antioch, not bad s
the temperatures over the weekend, struggling into the 50s and 60s with that colder storm coming in from alaska. have a great day. >>> snow and heavenly and north star opening today. closer to home accident southbound 680 at andreotti in the clearing stages left lane block eastbound 24 old tunnel road stalled motorcycle in the left lane. southbound 880 off-ramp to the alameda and northbound on-ramp to the alameda closed for emergency roadwork. they open to have them reopened by this afternoon. 580 on the waze app it is heavy traffic looking at yellow lines spotters reporting out of tracy up and over the altamont pass. earlier accident santa rita chp unable to locate, good news, highway 4 drive westbound, minor accident on the shoulder just been cleared out of lanes it is slow as you head towards the concord area. >>> right now what is trending on twitter in the bay area: chanum tatum is this year's sexiest man alive. he didn't believe it when he found out he told people he was surprised. if you want to comment on that go to our facebook page. also trending thanksgiving, indian festival of light
will see rain on friday. we do have another system that would drop down from the gulf of alaska that one bringing heavy rain unsettled weather as we transition into the weekend. more coming up on that in a bit. futurecast 41 of the models which shows some light rain approaching the coast. a lot of cloud cover associated with the system. is a relatively warm one. we should see scattered showers the green indicates it is light in nature. your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows wet weather as we head into the weekend. you will need an umbrella. shower activity for saturday another system approaches from the gulf of alaska on sunday. off periods of heavy rain and gusty conditions we are short of the wind advisory. we will continue see wet weather monday into tuesday. temperatures into the 60s. but something will give the guy on brought the morning. at 6:52 a.m. this drive for traffic and one in georgia. >> good morning erica we want to the commuter around the bay area traffic getting heavier. at the bay bridge toll plaza things are backing up for the westbound ride. there is an 18 mi
and has now arrived at bwi marshall, for passengers flying alaska, american, delta, and u.s. air out of one concourse. >> we want to reward passengers for sharing information about themselves, becoming known to tsa. >> the way it works, citizens lying one of the designated airlines as well as customs and border protection provide information about themselves to the government on line. they get put on a list, and in return, they get a no hassle security check-in. >> we can then spend more time on those who could pose a risk. it is giving those the opportunity. >> bwi marshall airport officials were very excited to get the program, which they say will make for a better all- around passenger experience for those who participate. >> it improves security and customer service. it is good for business. >> so far, 4 million passengers have passed through the check area, and that number is expected to go up to 5 million by the end of the year. great news for some passengers, like this woman who says that the pat-down is not a thing of the past. >> if you're in the airport as much as i am, you
of alaska. with that we could see showers along with it. sun and showers keep an umbrella handy. we will continue with cooler weather but dry as we transition into the weekend. a quick bridge check i am not monitoring no hot spots. at the san mateo bridge and in the span of which you. no delays to speak up in the west bound direction towards foster city. a live look at the golden gate bridge quiet out there. a couple of cars on the stand. we do not have any issues with visibility to try this 22 minutes of novato into san francisco. at 4:09 a.m. we have to take a quick break the kron 4 morning news will be right back. we are back. for 11:00 a.m. is the time here is a live look out of delaware. there is vice-president joe biden and his wife's doctor until by and ready to cast their votes. from here they will fly to chicago and be with the obamas as they watched the the results. early this morning in delaware there is a vice president deck out in a suit and tie and smiling at the crowd. he has done a lot of this in the past few weeks as we are in the final stretch of the campaign. we w
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